I bought a unit with the highest SEER rating a few years ago and it has proven to still be very efficient keeping my power bills nice and low during the summers and winters
SEER is an acronym that stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It is a measure of how much heat an HVAC system can generate for every unit of energy it consumes and is expressed as a number. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the HVAC system. SEER ratings are important to consider when choosing an HVAC system because a more efficient system will lower your energy bills and help to reduce your carbon footprint. There are two main types of HVAC systems: furnaces and heat pumps. Furnaces are powered by natural gas, propane, or oil and are typically less expensive to operate than heat pumps. Heat pumps are powered by electricity and are more expensive to operate, but they are also more efficient. HEPA filters are also an important consideration when choosing an HVAC system because they help to remove particles from the air, making it healthier to breathe. When installation is being done, be sure to hire a qualified HVAC worker so that your SEER rating isn’t affected and your warranty remains valid. I have a very efficient system and I keep it maintained regularly so I can keep that high efficiency and keep my power bills low especially during the very hot and cold months of the year. I bought a unit with the highest SEER rating a few years ago and it has proven to still be very efficient keeping my power bills nice and low during the summers and winters. It is worth paying a bit more for a more efficient unit, saving you money over the years in reduced power bills.